Trevor Daley has become one of the most consistent players on the Stars. He’s the most tenured, having been drafted in 2002, and he has 688 regular season games in a Stars uniform over the past 10 seasons.
Last season seemed like more of the same for Daley. He finished second on the team in time on ice at 21:08 per game, tallied 25 points (nine goals, 16 assists) and was plus-10. He is versatile enough that he finds a way to fit into pretty much any coaching scheme, and he’s talented enough to have some big moments.
Game 6 of the playoffs was Daley’s biggest moment last season. He had two goals and an assist, logged 27:43 in ice time, including 6:30 on the power play. His two goals were among the nicest of the season (watch them here), and that fed the time on ice and his five shots on goal. Had the Stars not lost that game, it would have been remembered as one of the great individual playoff performances in franchise history.